The programme starts on Tuesday July 8 at 10am and finishes on Friday July 11 at 2.30pm.
The partnership is inviting KS2 classes to join it for a half day of river discovery as part of the Fixing Broken Rivers project.
Through facilitated workshops and museum exploration, pupils will learn how the water quality of our rivers has changed over time.
What caused pollution in the past? What are our rivers like today?
Pupils will leave armed with the facts and inspiration they need to be able to make positive changes for the future of our rivers.
For more information and to book phone: The Museum of London Docklands schools programme manager on 020 7001 9835. The Museum of London Docklands is at West India Quay, E14 4AL.